Sadly, our society has been so “dumbed down” that there are lots of people out there that will actually believe him.During the debate, Bill Nye said that if we could find “just one” fossil that was out of place that we could change the world. We have about 20,000 pounds of bentonite clay that has mammal fossils that we are trying to give away to some researcher.(I don’t think you necessarily need to have faith in a god to accept the basic logic of Ham’s statement.) Also, that’s really all you need to know about young earth creationism.It is God’s word, and the FAQ on the matter is the Bible.Not to mention dinosaur bones that dated to 20,000 years ago.Obviously carbon dating doesn't work, unless you understand it.Here's the explanation that even a 5th-grader can understand.Bill Nye “the Science Guy” said Saturday on MSNBC’s “AM Joy” that he believes science is political, reasoning that the Constitution grants Congress the power “to promote the progress of science and useful arts.” “I just want to remind the administration that science is political,” Nye told host Joy Reid. We have to make decisions on how to allocate our intellect and treasure and it’s in the U. In those days, it would be architecture, city planning, designing of sewage systems, communication systems.
And how could they not be, Bill Nye is a charming guy!
Last night, science communicator Bill Nye debated Ken Ham at Ham’s Creation Museum in Kentucky.
This debate came about because of a statement Bill Nye made not long ago suggesting that creationism, and in particular efforts to force creationism into textbooks and, via other means, into classrooms, does harm to children and ultimately to society.
Bill Nye the Science Guy is by no means the authority on all things true or untrue, but he has discussed several issues that are received with much division among the conservative and liberal groups.
But these issues aren't issues at all, they are facts supported by concrete evidence.